Lazy Cleveland Drinkers Can Now Get Booze Sent to Their Home With Same-Day Delivery From Sam's Club

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Sam's Club (a subsidiary of Walmart) is now offering same-day delivery of alcohol to people 21 and over who need to drink at their house, but don't want to leave the house.

The membership-only warehouse club is offering the service in select cities nationwide, including in Cleveland, through Instacart — which means folks don't have to have a Sam's Club membership card in order to make a purchase of alcohol or food online.



Alcohol options range from Sam's Club brand sangria to American-made vodka, along with beer and other hard-A. Once ordered, the booze should then arrive at your doorstep within the day, and perhaps within the hour.

Those who do choose to use the service will of course have to prove they are of proper drinking age by showing ID upon delivery — sorry, college kids.



You can order all the booze (or as much as they'll let you order) on Instacart now.

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